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Yaz's Bat Boosts Red Sox, 4-1 BOSTON (AP) -Closing in on his 35th birthday. Carl Yastrzemski of the Boston Red Sox is playing like a spritely kid. He resembles the Yaz who won the American League's Triple Crown in 1967. but he refuses to look back. "I'll never forget '67 because I had such a wonderful year and we won the pennant, but there's no sense in looking back," Yaz said Monday night after hitting two homers and a single for three runs batted in in Boston's 4-1 victory over the Kansas City Royals. It was the only game played in the American League. In the lone National League game scheduled Monday night, the Houston Astros blanked the Atlanta Braves 7-0. Yaz. named team captain by new Manager Darrell Johnson in spring training, is Sports Glances Swim Sign-Up Boys or girls still interested in the Carroll Swim Team can sign up at Joe's Paint Store, according to president Joe Dalhoff. LL Sign-up . Little League and Senior League players can still sign up for play this week at either the Uptown Sporting Goods store or the Carroll County State Bank. Jr. High Track Holy Spirit's eighth grade track team set four new school records in Monday's triangular victory over Scranton and Glidden-Ralston. Holy Spirit won the meet with 63M> points as Scranton took second with 39 points and Glidden-Ralston third with 25. Kevin Weitl set a school mark in the 220 at 26.0; John Loew tossed the discus 118 feet, two inches and John Brenny won the 660 in 1:34.8. The 880 relay team of Tom Schenkelberg. Matt Fangman, Brian Greteman and Weitl ran 1:49.1 for another record. Scranton took the seventh grade meet with 52 1 / 2 points as Glidden-Ralston was second with 42'.2 and Holy Spirit third with 32 Ms. KHSJVGolf Kuemper's junior varsity golf team defeated Coon Rapids. 185 to 207, Monday at Coon Rapids. Joe Kruse and Steve Stangl wrecking opposing pitchers. He is batting .360 with six homers and five doubles among his 18 hits in triggering the Red Sox into the AL East lead with a 9-5 record. His slugging percentage? A whopping .860. And it has resulted in 16 runs batted in. He also leads the Red Sox with 11 runs scored. Yastrzemski, whose single scored a run in the first inning, led the Knights with 44s. Brad Fleskes added a 48 and Marty Thelen a 49. Bruce Middaugh had a 46 and John Hargett a 50 for Coon Rapids. Game at Vet's The Soviet Union will play the United States in women's basketball at Veterans' Auditorium in Des Moines in May 20. The contest is one of a series staged by the National Amateur Athletic Union and is sponsored by the Register and Tribune. Kifty players have been invited to try out for the U.S. team at Gallup, New Mexico, including nine who competed for Iowa schools and another Janice Irby, who was a member of the William Penn College team. Golf Meeting There will be a Men's Golf League meeting at 8 p.m. drilled a shot over the Boston bullpen into the bleachers in right center for his homer in the sixth. Then, in the eighth, he lined a shot into straightaway center for another homer. "Yes, I would say that he's swinging a pretty good bat," Boston Manager Darrell Johnson said with a smile after the Red Sox' fourth consecutive victory. "We need him, and he knows it." Yaz, who will be 35 in August, singled and grounded out against Kansas City starter Nelson Briles. He unloaded the homers against, reliever Joe Hoerner, who went looking for another pitch to> throw the Boston slugger the next time he faces him. Astros 7, Braves 0 "I'm only a growing boy." said Cesar Cedeno after blast- ing a pair of homers to back Claude Osteen's seven-hit shutout pitching. "I've got some power now and I'm going to get some more. "I'm only 23. I think my power will be to all fields when I get my full strength." Cedeno followed Roger Metzger's single with a two-run blast off Roric Harrison in the Astros' three-run fifth. He hit Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, April 23, 1974 a three-run blast in the seventh, following Greg Gross' double and a walk to Metzger. His third and fourth homers of the season gave him 23 runs batted in, pushing him into the maior league lead. The shutout was Osteen's first with the Astros and 39th of his major league career, rankin'g him second to the 55 posteU-jby St. Louis ace Bob Gibsoti^itjilong active pitchers. Carroll Wins Girls Triangular LAKE CITY — Carroll won 12 events and whipped Kuemper and Lake City here Monday in a girls track meet. the Tigerettes, led by Rachel Harmening, scored 75 points to Kuemper's 53 and Lake City's 35. Harmening won her specialties. She won the high Wednesday at the municipal course. Commissioners Meet Three representatives of the College Commissioners Association met Monday to study playing their basketball tourney in Indianapolis, Ind., next spring. Indianapolis was the first of seven cities expressing an interest in the tourney to be visited by the panel of Commissioners — Chuck Neinas of the Big Eight. Fred Jacoby, Mid-American, and Stan Bates, Western Athletic Conference. The CCA's first tournament, won by Indiana University; was played at St. Louis this year, drawing less than 18,000 ! persons for the four sessions. "We are considering holding ihe tournament 'either the weekend of March 15 or March 22." Neinas said. It would be in the 17,400-seat new downtown sports area if Indianapolis were selected. The other six cities are Louisville, Cl'eveland, Wichita, Kan., St. Paul, Oklahoma City and Nashville, Tenn. Silver Anniversary Specials KDI-17 Built-in Dishwasher • Rinse/Hold, Full Cycle, and exclusive pot and pan Soak Cycle that soaks and scrubs off messy, baked-on foods. • Adjustable dividers to hold delicate items securely. • Famous KitchenAid washing and drying performance. • KitchenAid reliability. Ask any owner. KDI-57 Convertible-Portable • Use as a portable now. Build it in anytime. • All the features of the KDI-17 built-in. • IVz" thick hardwood top. Guide Bar. • KitchenAid performance and reliability. Other Silver Anniversary Specials KITCHENAID PORTABLE DISHWASHER KDD-67 i Rinse/Hold and Full Cycle. Big capacity racks. No wasted space. Porcelain-on-steel top. Choice of popular colors. Exclusive, super-hard TriDura* porcelain-on-steel interior. KITCHENAID FOOD WASTE DISPOSER KWI-110 Grinds any food waste. Cast, stainless steel grinding elements. Powerful 1 12 HP capacitor start motor. Insulated housing. KITCHENAID TRASH COMPACTOR KCS-100 Neatest way to unclutter your kitchen. Exclusive "Litter Bin™" for loading small items. Big trash drawer for wastebasket loads. Can be used with or without trash bags. Exclusive activated charcoal odor control system. COME CELEBRATE WITH US! Heating Plumbing Air Conditioning (Free Parking North of Building) DREES CO. Phone 792-2863 609 N. Carroll St. "Home of Dependable Service" HOME APPLIANCE CENTER jump at four feet, 10 inches and won the half mile run in 2:37.7. Other individual firsts for Carroll included Kelly Gordin in the mile at 6:32.8; Karen Daniel in the 100 at 13.1; Sue Millender in the 440 at 1:09.1; D,0anna Peters in the 220 at 3ti.l\; Pam Jung in the 100 rneter low hurdles in 18.8 and Connie Sapp in the discus as 91 feet, nine inches which was good for a new school record. The Tigerettes also added top honors in the 10 flight shuttle hurdle relay, the distance medley, 880 yard medley and the 440 yard relay. The shuttle hurdle team consisted of Rita Harmening, Pam Tenold, Jane Bliss and Jung. The distance medley was comprised of Susan Skinner, Janet Quinn, Dawni Ruchti and Karen Bernholtz and the 880 mtidley consisted of Daniel. Sapp, Skinner and Julie Teague. The winning 440 yard team wa.5 composed of Quinn, Sapp, Daniel and Peters. Carroll got second-place finishes from Lori Wilson in the 440 and Quinn in the 220. The Knights took three first-places and shared in another. Diane Casey took the long jump at 14 feet, five inches and the shuttle relay and mile relay teams also placed first. Lois Starman tied Wiederin of Lake City for top honors in the softball throw with a toss of 182 feet, eight inches. Those girls running on the winning shuttle relay include Linda Gradoville, Julie Hogan, Casey and Dawn Dillehay. Members of the mile relay Were Carol Behrens. Lois Nobiling, Casey and Jolene Heinrichs. Kuemper's second-places came in the 100 by Dillehay, Jean O'Leary in the 880, Maureen Nurse in the 180 yard low hurdles, Pat Rohner in the shot, Lori Thein in the discus and the 10 flight shuttle hurdle, 880 yard medley and 440 yard relay teams. Running on the shuttle hurdle relay were Nurse, Laurie Dieter, Thein and Joan Wiskus. The 880 medley consisted of Pat Rohner, Marie Wiskus, Lisa Friedman and Heinrichs. And the 440 team was made up of Dillehay, Casey, Gradoville and Pat Rohner. Major Leagues By The Associated Press American League East Boston Milwaukee New York Baltimore Detroit Cleveland California Oakland Texas Minnesota Kansas City Chicago W L 9 5 7 4 9 7 7 6 5 8 410 West 9 6 8 6 8 6 7 6 4 8 4 9 Pet. .643 .636 .563 .538 .385 .286 .600 .571 .571 .538 .333 .308 GB — '2 1 1*2 34 5 — » 2 4 1 34 4 National League East W L Montreal Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago New York: ; ^ Pittsburfehi\ '" >: ' Los Angeles Houston San Fran 8 2 9.5 9 7 6 5 3 9 :3.10 West 10 5 10 7 9 7 Pet. .800 .643 .563 .545 .250 .231 .667 .588 .563 GB — 1 2 24 6 64 1 14 Monday's Results Boston 4, Kansas City 1 Only game scheduled Tuesday's Games Oakland (Hunter 3-0) at Cleveland (G. Perry 1-1) Kansas City (Fitzmorris 0-0) at Boston (Drago 1-0) California (Tanana 2-1) at Baltimore (Grimsley 2-1), N Minnesota (Woodson 0-1) at Detroit (LaGrow0-1), N Milwaukee (Slaton 1-1) at Chicago (Kaat0-0),N Only games scheduled \ Wednesday's Games Oakland at Cleveland ' Kansas City at New York California at Baltimore, N ! Minnesota at Detroit, N Boston at Texas, 9 N Milwaukee at Chicago, N Kuemper Girls Clip Gaels in Golf Match Kuemper's girls golf squad look two matches from St. Edmond of Fort Dodge here Monday at the municipal course. Mary Ann Wernimont's 50 paced the Knights to a 221 to 242 victory in the varsity match and Julie Stalzer's 52 led the way in a 217 to 274 win in the junior varsity match. Mary Ann Greteman and Karen Nieland added 54s and Ann Fangman a 63 for Kuemper in the varsity match, while Gayle Wiedenfield and Cindy Anderson led the Gaels with 56 and 59 respectively. Diane Kasperbauer was Kuemper's next best shooter in the jv match with a 52. Julie Riesberg added a 56 and Donna Casey a 58. Mary Thissen sparked the Gaels with a 59. Kuemper's varsity record is now 2-2, while the junior varsity moved their mark to 3-Ion the year. C Cincinnati 7 7 .500 2 1 -.. Atlanta 8 9 .471 3 San Diego 413 .235 7 Monday's Results Houston 7, Atlanta 0 Only game scheduled Tuesday's Games Chicago (Frailing 2-0) at Cincinnati (Billingham2-l). N Houston (Konieczny 0-1) at St. Louis (Siebert 1-1), N New York (Matlack 1-0) at San Diego (Jones 0-4), N Philadelphia (Schueler 0-2) at Los Angeles (Rau 1-0), N Montreal (Torrez2-0) at San Francisco (Bradley 2-1), N Only games scheduled ) \ Wednesday's Games Chicago at Cincinnati Montreal at San Francisco Pittsburgh at Atlanta, N Houston at St. Louis, N New, York at San Diego, N Philadelphia at Los Angeles. N Knight JV Winner in Track DENISON — Kuemper overwhelmed Manning and Denison in a junior varsity triangular track meet here Monday. The Knights ran up lll'/2 points to Manning's 38 Vn and Denison's 23 as Kuemper took first-place in 11 events. Kuemper took firsts in.four field events. Pat Gute won the shot with a heave of 45 feet, 6'/2 inches; Bill Sullivan took the long jump at 19 feet, five inches; Joe Roetkcr won the discus with a throw of 109 feet, five inches and Leo Lenz captured the high jump at five feet, 10 inches. He barely missed clearing six feet. In the individual running events, Mark O'Leary took the 180 yard low hurdles in 21.8; Randy Schneider won the 440 in 57.3; Frank Greteman won the 220 in 24.0; Roger Schrad took the 880 in 2; 14.2; and Tim Gradoville won the two mile run in 11:06.0. The Knights also look first-places in the mile, two mile and medley relays. The mile unit was comprised of Tim Gleason, Tom Kalkhoff, Steve Eischeid and Schneider. Their time was 3:54.0. The two mile team of Eischeid. Phil Kloser, Mike Schrad ran 9:24.0 in winning and the medley of Paul Ludwig, Tim Roetker, Phil Kloser and Cawley ran 3:52.2 in winning. Kuemper's Bob Kelly took a second in the 180 yard low hurdles behind O'Leary. His time was 22.5 which is a sophomore school record Coach Chuck Van Hecke will be sending 10 boys to the Drake Relays Friday and Saturday. In individual events, Rick Friedman will be competing in the high jump; Randy Diers in the discus; Tom Nurse in the shot put and hopefully, Bob Friedman in the mile run. According to Van Hecke, Bob Friedman's status in the mile won't be known until Thursday. In the relay races, Mark Hermsen and Bill Neumayer will run 220 legs of the medley, while Russ Rupiper will run a quarter and Craig Dentlinger a half. The 440 yard relay team will consist of John Heithoff, Rupiper, Mark Hermsen, Tony Nockels and Bill Neumayer. Van Hecke listed five boys, but only four can run in the relav. MOOSE INSTALL GLIDDEN — The Moose lodge in Glidden installed officers during ceremonies April 17. The new officers are Melvin Petersen, governor. Glidden: Clarence Venteicher. Lidderdale. junior governor; Norbert Truhe, Carroll, secretary: Ira Ford. Carroll, treasurer: Ambrose Irlbeck. Dedham. prelate: Jim Dorman. Glidden, outer guard; and Lloyd Tornow. Glidden. sergeant at arms. Trustees installed were Don Fister, Scranton. and Harold Weidner. Glidden. Carl Meyers of Coon Rapids was recognized as the past governor. Ronald Macke of Carroll, trustee, was the installing officer. Floors! Wallcoverings! Fabrics! Tie them all together at your Floor Fashion Center 1 ^ i )i| Here islwnerefyou come with an idea, leave Wjrth|a brand-new room. One Isjop and you can tie it all together— (floors, walls, fabrics. We have the complete selection of Armstrong floors, including the new Fancy Free® designs with the Indoor World™ Collection of Wallcoverings and Fabrics that mix, match, and coordinate. 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